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Whirling in Religion

July 31, 2012 13 Comments »


+17 Tweet36 Pin10 Share Share18 Stumble20Shares 91  We arrived at the Dervish Lodge of Karabash-i Veli and I was full of anticipation. Intrepid Travel had arranged for us to see a very local experience of Turkey’s whirling dervish culture. I was busy trying to arrange my scarf over my head in order to be in compliance […]

Vatican 101

April 5, 2012 10 Comments »

Raphael Room Vatican

+13 Tweet49 Pin27 Share12 Share Stumble2.6KShares 2.7KI listened to man in the suit in front of me and really tried to concentrate on what he was saying. I took notes rapidly about dates, religious timelines, leaders, and wars. He authoritatively stated the names and periods as if he had given this lecture a thousands times. […]

Cemetery Angel

April 4, 2012 14 Comments »

cemetery angel

+154 Tweet52 Pin221 Share6 Share84 Stumble1.1KShares 1.5KThe cemetery in the Testaccio neighborhood in Rome has many names; Campo Cestio, The Protestant Cemetery, The Non-Catholic Cemetery for Foreigners, or the Cat Cemetery. It holds the grave of the poet John Keats, the famous pyramid of Rome, about 40 cats, and most importantly it holds the grave […]

Oauhu’s Wild Leeward Coast

November 18, 2011 3 Comments »

Waianae hawaii

+11 Tweet Pin35 Share Share StumbleShares 36The first thing you need to know about islands is that there is a windward and leeward coast. The windward coast is pretty self explanatory, but the leeward coast is basically the downwind coast and therefore generally the more calm side of the island. For Oahu, when you mention […]